GEORGE LUTZ (James Brolin) has started to look shaggy and pink-peered toward, and now he has a ghastly dark whiteness. He speaks with his once in the past upbeat family in monosyllables, and invests an excessive amount of energy honing his hatchet. One night, Kathleen Lutz played by Margot Kidder, who adamantly remains the splendid peered toward life of the gathering in “The Amityville Horror,” notwithstanding signs that bounty is out of order discovers George sitting in the livingroom alone. He is shouting that he is going to laugh out loud, and he has crisp toothmarks on his legs. Kathleen contemplates the circumstance, then asks sweetly, “Nectar, would you say you are O.K.?”
There isn’t almost enough of this kind of accidental cheer in “The Amityville Horror,” which isn’t sufficiently astonishing to manage without a couple chuckles.